Climate Action Partnership - Head Office

Centre for Biodivesity Conservation
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens
Cape Town

Climate Action Partnership - Head Office

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The Climate Action Partnership (CAP) is a partnership of conservation NGOs who are working together (all represented nationally) on climate change issues with a specific focus on promoting healthy and intact ecosystems as part of the solution to adaptation and mitigation and towards building our resilience against climate change impacts. The secretariat is based at Kirstenbosch Gardens, Centre for Biodiversity Conservation.

Please contact the coordinator Sarshen Marais for further information at or visit the website at

CAP’s Objectives

1) Raise awareness around climate change and the links between climate change and the conservation of natural habitat;
2) Promote the integrity of climate change projects by promoting the adoption of globally accepted standards, with an emphasis on the Climate, Community and Biodiversity Standards (CCBS);
3)Advise on and support Southern African solutions for mitigation and adaptation to climate change with a biodiversity conservation outcome;
4) Promote cross-sectoral policy that supports climate change mitigation and adaptation activities with a biodiversity conservation outcome;
5) Achieve carbon neutral status for the head offices of the CAP partner organizations

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